A quadratic equation in form ax2 + bx + c = 0 cannot have:

a. one real solution.

b. one imaginary solution.

c. two real solutions.

d, two imaginary solutions.

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  1. Matisyahu
    It might be D but i'm not really sure ...

    sorry ...
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